Flora (Roman) – Goddess of flowers. Today the word “flora” is used to indicate all plantlife.

Leto (Greek) – Mother of the twin Olympians, Apollo and Artemis)

Demeter (Greek) – Goddess of the harvest who possessed great knowledge of the best way to grow, preserve and harvest grain. She was also the devoted mother of Persephone. Her name reflects her nurturing personality as it means “earth mother” in Greek.


Selene (Greek) – Selene was the Titan personification of the moon, unsurprising then that her name means moon in Greek.  

Rhiannon (Celtic) –A Celtic Goddesses of fertility, linked with the moon, night and death. Her name means “night queen.” This is one of the Goddess names that are experiencing a resurgence in popularity.

Aphrodite (Greek) – The beautiful Goddess of love and fertility. No man could resist Aphrodite when she wore her magic girdle.  Her name means foam born or raised from foam as she was birthed from the churning sea.

Metis (Greek) – Ancient, Goddess of wisdom and prudence. 

Atalanta (Greek) – A very competitive warrior Goddess, adventurous and amazing runner who could not be beaten by a man. She was turned into a lion by the jealous Aphrodite. Other spellings of this name also include Atlanta.
Amphitrite (Greek) – Ancient Goddess of the sea and consort of the God Poseidon.